If I can find this article, I will post it. There is a program thats starting to find its way to schools in under-privildged neighborhoods. Its all about getting the youth of the community out of the vicious cycle of drugs, violence, and dropping out. Since most of the kids drop out to make money to help their familys, the program just pays the kids for each good grade they get. An "A" gets you the most money while an "F" probably gets you nothing. This not only aims to lower the precent of highschool dropouts, but lets the kids help their struggling familes. So, what do you think about this? Do you think that giving kids money for learning will de-value learning in their eyes? Will ruin their respect for the power of money? Discuss. Oh. And. If you have the article, please feel free to post that shit on up!